Both the conception of how people connect changes with the evolution of technology and the circumstances under which we interact changed drastically with the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic and have changed again during the decline of the pandemic threat. With the art installation Cartography of Touch, the author uses digital and physical media (3D printing and projection mapping of human physiology) to demonstrate the need for human touch. The installation depicts response to touch as the joining of the technological age and the need for essential human interaction through physical touch, which cannot be replaced, using plastic human hands with artificial responses.

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